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I made an SVCD with VCDEasy. Instead of using still images for menus I used an mpg file. (So I could have a menu with sound). When I load the CD into my DVD player the image flashes for a few seconds on half the screen and then the screen goes black no matter what I do. No menu, no movie but the audio keeps working.
Is this problem due to something I did wrong, or is it a problem with the DVD player?

I have a Prosound DVD player, and it always worked well with VCDs and SVCDs.

Any help would be appreciated.
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It could be many things.

1 - Your standalone don't support KVCD at all.
2 - Your standalone only support KVCD mpeg1 at standard resolution and you are doing it with non standard one.
3 - Your audio is 48000 Hz, it should be 44100 Hz.

You can start with that for now.
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08-13-2004, 10:58 AM
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Pro, thanks for responding.
It seems as though, like you said, my standalone has a slight problem with the KVCDx3 resolution.
So I guess there's nothing to be done about that...
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08-13-2004, 12:02 PM
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Try muxing and burning as mpeg2 (SVCD).
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My file is an mpeg2 SVCD.
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I forgot it, Im sorry.
Could you post some extra data about your file?
Have you tested your player?
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Yeah, I tried burning a couple of files in the resolution of 528x576 and they appeared only on about half the screen.
I was trying to encode a 130 mins d2v file that will fit in 2 SVCDs with a CQ 0f 83.71.
I'm pretty sure my standalone works with 352x576 resolution, so I guess I should just try it with that...
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You could try 544*576 also.
See this thread: http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic....asc&highlight=
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I'll give it a try and see if it works.
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